They stole counterfeit goods from immigrants: identified thanks to a camera gesture

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The trial of Gianluca Infantino, 33, and Samuel Pio Donzì, 20 years accused of theft against a street vendor, began yesterday. The story dates back to last October when the two Agrigentines – according to the accusatory system – were able to enter the multi-storey car park in via Empedocle by breaking into a car and stealing from its interior over 200 pairs of shoes and different items of clothing that they were in a Ford Focus.

Yesterday before the monochromatic judge Terranova the trial started: Infantino asked to be tried with the abbreviated rite while Donzì asked for a term to evaluate the defensive strategy. The two defendants were allegedly identified following the theft after one of the two turned a gesture to the surveillance camera.

Curiosity also in the constitution of a civil party: the immigrant peddler who sold counterfeit goods was made a civil party, through the lawyer Leonardo Marino, in order to possibly request compensation for damages.

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